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  1. 1. Paintings in the 1430s by Fra Filippo Lippi <ul><li>Nothing is known of Lippi's artistic origins and early style. The first information that can be offered falls into the 1430s. In 1432 Lippi probably painted a fresco in the cloister of Santa Maria del Carmine, the so-called Rules of the Carmelite Order, and in the same year he apparently left the convent permanently. A small cutdown painting of a Madonna and Child with Saints (in Empoli) has good claim to predate the Rules of the Carmelite Order and to be Lippi's. The picture is notably Masaccesque; recalling to a certain extent the central section of the Pisa Altarpiece, upon which Lippi may even have worked. </li></ul><ul><li>Lippi was in Padua in 1434 and perhaps earlier, where he was recorded together with Francesco Squarcione, the local painter and powerful personality. Back in Florence, he signed and dated the Tarquinia Madonna in 1437 and obtained an important commission for an altarpiece, the Madonna Enthroned with Saints for the Barbadori family chapel in Santo Spirito, which he apparently finished during the following year. </li></ul>Clic-pentru a sari peste text
  2. 2. Madonna and Child Enthroned with Saints
  3. 3. Madonna and Child Enthroned with Saints (detail)
  4. 4. Madonna of Humility (Trivulzio Madonna)
  5. 5. Confirmation of the Carmelite Rule (detail)
  6. 6. The Penitent St Jerome with a Young Monk
  7. 7. Madonna with Child (Tarquinia Madonna)
  8. 8. Madonna and Child Enthroned with Two Angels
  9. 9. The Doctors of the Church
  10. 10. Madonna and Child with Saints, Angels, and a Donor
  11. 11. Man of Sorrows
  12. 12. Madonna and Child with St Fredianus and St Augustine
  13. 13. St Fredianus Diverts the River Serchio
  14. 14. Madonna and Child
  15. 15. Paintings in the 1440s by Fra Filippo LIPPI <ul><li>In 1442, with Medici support, Pope Eugenius IV awarded Lippi an important benefice. A large payment was made in 1447 for St Bernard's Vision of the Virgin (National Gallery, London), produced for the Palazzo della Signoria, as well as final payments for the Coronation of the Virgin, made for Sant'Ambrogio, which was commissioned in 1441. </li></ul><ul><li>The Annunciation in the Church of San Lorenzo is among the most successful paintings of Lippi's middle period, with a daring balance of figures, architecture, and landscape. The Annunciation appears to utilize the natural sources within the church itself, which was designed by Filippo Brunelleschi. </li></ul><ul><li>Many critics have presumed an interlude during the late 1440s when Fra Filippo was strongly attracted to the painting of Fra Angelico to such a point that a direct collaboration between the two masters has been postulated for the Adoration of the Magi, a tondo rich in detail and incidentals. </li></ul>Partea II Clic pentru a sari peste text
  16. 16. Madonna and Child
  17. 17. Portrait of a Man and a Woman
  18. 18. Portrait of a Woman
  19. 19. Annunciation with two Kneeling Donors
  20. 20. Annunciation
  21. 21. Coronation of the Virgin
  22. 22. Coronation of the Virgin (detail)
  23. 23. Coronation of the Virgin
  24. 24. Adoration of the Magi
  25. 25. Annunciation
  26. 26. Madonna Enthroned with Saints
  27. 27. The Virgin Appears to St Bernard
  28. 28. Annunciation
  29. 29. Seven Saints
  30. 30. Paintings in the 1450s by Fra Filippo LIPPI <ul><li>The Pitti Tondo, one of the most celebrated and most beautiful works of Fra Filippo was executed in about 1452. He began to fresco the enormous choir of the Cathedral of Prato in 1452 (after Fra Angelico had turned down the assignment). He was aided by his chief assistant of the period, Fra Diamante; the work dragged on for years. In Prato Lippi also obtained a number of other assignments (such as the Madonna del Ceppo and the Madonna della Cintola) and purchased a house there in 1455. By 1458 he completed a painting for the king of Naples, a commission negotiated by the Medici, for whom Filippo produced an Adoration of the Child in c. 1460. </li></ul>Partea III Clic pentru a sari peste text
  31. 31. Madonna with the Child and Scenes from the Life of St Anne 1452
  32. 32. Madonna with the Child and Scenes from the Life of St Anne 1452
  33. 33. Madonna del Ceppo 1453
  34. 34. Adoration of the Child c. 1455
  35. 35. by Fra Filippo LIPPI Partea IV In spite of his secular activitiesFra Filippo's late works are infused with religious feeling and are far more lyrical than the early ones. The Madonna in the Forest in Berlin, the Adoration of the Child in Florence and Prato and the popular Madonna with the Child in Florence are examples. From 1466 until his death in 1469 he seem s to have been in bad health and most of the work was done by pupils and assistants. Clic pentru a sari peste text
  36. 36. Madonna in the Forest
  37. 37. Madonna in the Forest (copy on the altar of the chapel)
  38. 38. Madonna in the Forest (detail)
  39. 39. Adoration of the Child with Saints
  40. 40. Adoration of the Child with Saints (detail)
  41. 41. Adoration of the Child with Saints
  42. 42. Pietà
  43. 43. Funeral of St Jerome (detail)
  44. 44. Funeral of St Jerome (detail)
  45. 45. Funeral of St Jerome (detail)
  46. 46. Circumcision
  47. 47. Madonna and Child Madonna and Child
  48. 48. Madonna with the Child and two Angels Gata by lorin